I agree - if it truly was unusual with an automatic I think they would have
made a point to mention that in the text.
If it has simply been "well maintained" I'm not sure it would float $8k
either. I never cared much for the large reverse-print MGB letters (in the
paint package) on those models either. And only 15,000 miles in 22
years? What have they been doing with it? Not driving it is not much good
for the engine.
At 02:30 PM 12/22/02, Carl French wrote:
>My guess is that the car has the usual standard transmission and the
>person listing the auction did not check the default settings that
>closely. I have seen this happen many times. In the Northeast the car
>could indeed be worth 8k but I would have to see Many more pictures to pay
>that kind of change.
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